Participants in the "Rebuild By Design" competition outlined their proposals to prevent damage from future storms.
Municipalities have signed up for the NJ Community Tree Recovery Campaign, which will hand out tree seedlings.
Paulsboro residents filed a federal lawsuit against Solvay, claiming they released chemicals affecting tap water.
Congressman Rush Holt is calling for the Delaware River Basin Committee to ban fracking.
Port Authority tried trapping, relocating and killing birds around airports to reduce the number hitting planes.
Sen. Jim Whelan says that the wind farm plan the Board of Public Utilities rejected is a lost opportunity for New Jersey.
Roxbury Environmental Action Coalition Founding Member Shannon Caccavella says the NJDEP did not take into consideration groundwater in its proposal for the Fenimore Landfill.
Students at Oliver Street School in Newark have designed and made a sewer guard to reduce the amount of garbage entering the waterways. They are finalists in a national Samsung competition.
NJ Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher says that a good, cold and hearty winter is fine for the farms because it kills off disease and pests.
Changes in ocean circulation may dramatically accelerate global climate change.
Fair Share Housing Center Associate Director Kevin Walsh says it puzzling to see HGI bills higher than expected when the company did not produce any reports for their Hurricane Sandy work.
Environmentalists are concerned that the abundant use of road salt this winter will adversely affect waterways.
The bitter cold temperatures and snowfall have formed more potholes this winter and crews are working hard to keep up.
Residents in Sayreville and South River have received offers to buy out their flood-prone homes since Hurricane Sandy.
The proposed natural gas pipeline through the Pinelands did not get the required seven votes to go forward.